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Anti-Corruption Compliance Blog - 01 July 2015
Philippe Montigny
President of ETHIC Intelligence - Paris

In the previous chapter, I insisted on the importance of adapting an anti-corruption compliance program to the local social and cultural environment while respecting a zero tolerance for corruption.

Anti-Corruption Compliance Blog - 01 June 2015
Philippe Montigny
President of ETHIC Intelligence - Paris

Previously, I argued that corruption is not related to a specific culture. That said, I want to expand on the importance of integrating culture into an anti-corruption compliance program.

Anti-Corruption Compliance Blog - 01 May 2015
Philippe Montigny
President of ETHIC Intelligence - Paris

The importance of the human factor in any anti-corruption compliance program should not be underestimated. After all, individuals pay bribes to other individuals.

Anti-Corruption Compliance Blog - 01 April 2015
Philippe Montigny
President of ETHIC Intelligence - Paris

An anti-corruption compliance program is important for the board in terms of business strategy and competitiveness. Obtaining business through corrupt practices results in a false sense of security vis-à-vis market expectations and, consequently, produces inappropriate - sometimes even incoherent - decisions by top management regarding business development.

Anti-Corruption Compliance Blog - 01 March 2015
Philippe Montigny
President of ETHIC Intelligence - Paris

Many compliance officers have voiced frustration that their boards don’t take the anti-corruption compliance issue seriously; that is, that they treat it as a purely legal issue and not as a strategic concern that could significantly impact business development.

About Philippe Montigny

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Philippe Montigny is the founder of ETHIC Intelligence, a leading anti-corruption certification agency that has been certifying companies since 2006. He is currently the Chairman of the Technical and Impartiality committees and has over 20 years of experience in anti-corruption compliance, beginning at the Office of the OECD Secretary-General, for which he was involved in the ministerial negotiations that led to the OECD Anti-Bribery Convention in 1997. Philippe Montigny was also a co-drafter of the compliance management system standard (ISO 19600) published in 2014 and of the anti-bribery management system standard (ISO 37001) published in 2016 and served as ISO liaison officer between the two.

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